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Italy's former interior minister must be responsible for his refugee policy in court. That could brake the political career of the Lega chef.
on Friday in Sicily, a trial opens against the former Minister of Interior Matteo Salvini. The head of the right LEGA party is accused of having blocked a ship with a ship with the Mediterranean Refugees on the sea in August 2019. At that time, the private Spanish rescue ship "Open Arms" with around 150 migrants on board.
A judge in Palermo started the first negotiation date on 15 September. Salvini is said to answer for offset abuse and freedom. The politician threatens up to 15 years imprisonment in the procedure. A legally binding conviction could also exclude him from future government offices.
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of the Lega boss always argued, he had acted in the interest of the country and together with the rest of the government in Rome and the crew of the "Open Arms" would have other portsSalvinis Lega has been part of the broad governmental alliance of Prime Minister Mario Draghi since mid-February. The Lega boss has been no longer a cabinet post. RB / Q (DPA, RTR) to other EU countries
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Chad: The army chooses a prime minister, already criticized in the opposition .
Chad-Securit: Chad: The army chooses a prime minister, already criticized in the opposition © Reuters / Pool Chad: the army Choose a Prime Minister, already criticized in the opposition by Mahamat Ramadane N'Djamena (Reuters) - the military council in power in Chad since the death of President Idriss Déby last week has appointed former Prime Minister Albert Pahimi Padacke at the head of a transitional government, a decision immediately denounced in the opposition.